Vision Zero is coming to town. Atlantic Avenue will be among the first 50 priority corridors slated for safety engineering and improvements, announced New York City Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg at a Vision Zero Town Hall in Crown Heights on Thursday, March 27. “Not only is there unanimity that Atlantic Avenue is one »more
R-E-S-P-E-C-T means a lot to the DOE. William McKinley Junior High School in Dyker Heights was one of 10 Brooklyn schools recently honored with the Respect for All Schools Award, all of which were recognized for their outstanding efforts in addressing bullying, embracing diversity and excelling in respect. Community Education Council 20 President Laurie Windsor »more
Sue Wolfe President of the Friends of Douglass/Greene Park COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: It’s not easy being green, but that’s not the case for Sue Wolfe, president of the Friends of Douglass/Greene Park. One of her many goals is to improve the Boerum Hill neighborhood, specifically the local parks. “We have been advocating for renovations for »more
Jazz is alive and well, and thriving in Brooklyn. Coming up beginning on March 28, and lasting through April 30, is the 15th Annual Central Brooklyn Jazz Festival, with the event announced earlier this month at Borough Hall by Borough President Eric Adams and the Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium (CBJC). Over 50 events are being »more
Parents, educators and charter school leaders took to the steps of Borough Hall on Thursday, March 20 to speak out in favor of what they deem to be a fair co-location process, which they contend protects the rights of all public school students citywide – not just those who attend charter schools. “We are here »more
ART TALK Join the Brooklyn Public Library for its ProjectArt Spring Session on Wednesday, March 26 at 4 p.m. Work with an artist/teacher to create drawings, learn an array of painting techniques and observe how other famous portrait artists in the past went about creating their own masterpieces. The free session will conclude in a »more
Through March 31, shoppers at Macy’s Downtown Brooklyn store at 422 Fulton Street can use their own greenbacks to help support the continued greening of Prospect Park, which is one of 550 parks around the country selected as a recipient of Macy’s “Heart Your Park” Fundraising Program. One hundred percent of donations of $1 or »more
It took two weeks for a federal jury to find two men, from New Jersey and Staten Island, guilty in the July 2, 2010 robbery and murder of Gravesend businessman James Donovan. Richard Riccardi, 41, and Louis Grasso, 46, were convicted on all counts on March 20, 2014. They will be sentenced in August and »more
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Vision Zero is coming to town. Atlantic Avenue will be among the first 50 priority corridors slated for safety engineering and improvements, announced New York City Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg at a Vision Zero Town Hall in Crown Heights on Thursday, March 27. “Not only is there unanimity that Atlantic Avenue is one